notices in the mail. >> sorry, don't mean to interrupt. this is all voting registration presumes you have a fixed address? >> yes, getting the information. when you are registered, you are getting your ballot. if you have moved, for example, students face this problem. they don't get their ballot often where they live in that moment. so they are not able to vote. that's why we have a polling place to vote by professional ballot. >> i don't want to go, really the answer to my question is yes, you are talking about. and that's what i wanted to know, and i am glad that is ongoing. and i really appreciate that we in san francisco have continued our commitment to making voting more accessible to people by having early voting. as well as vote by mail, and you can vote in city hall.